Did you ever reprimand an editor found guilty of breaching the PCC code of conduct?
He failed to reprimand the MKs in question, implicitly suggesting that in the Likud, support for two states is optional at best.
He said he was not allowed to keep a copy of the classified letter of reprimand.
It was a tasteless, disgusting, and disturbing comment that elicited no reprimand from Mitchell.
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I think if you gave Maude a word of reprimand instead of giving one to me, it might not be amiss, Aunt Diana.
At any rate, he thought, the reprimand would be only a matter of form.
A reprimand, with an explanation of what the offense means to discipline, is generally punishment enough.
We are moralists, and reprimand you; and you are hereby reprimanded accordingly.
If she is late to any of them, it means punishment, either by reprimand or penance, or maybe both.
1630s, from French réprimande (16c.), from Middle French reprimende "reproof," from Latin reprimenda "that is to be repressed" (as in reprimenda culpa "fault to be checked"), fem. singular of reprimendus, gerundive of reprimere "reprove" (see repress). Spelling influenced in French by mander "to summon."
1680s, from reprimand (n.) or else from French réprimander (17c.), from réprimande. Related: Reprimanded; reprimanding.